Each person in the group gets one minute</li></ul>each to talk about something that is ‘hot on<br />their radar’ in terms of ICT and education. <br /><ul><li>All group members have a turn .
This exercise is repeated with another new group.</li></li></ul><li>Sue BrownTahatai Coast<br /> My name is Sue Brown. I am a digital classroom teacher in Room 6 with Year 6 students. I am also the Year 6 Team Leader. Outside of school I enjoy spending time with friends and family, going to the gym, reading and watching most sports especially netball.<br />2009 North American Schools Tour – 2weeks<br />New Village Leadership Academy<br />Echo Horizon School<br />Central Elementary<br />Carlsbad High School<br />Steele Canyon High School<br />Bernardo School<br />Fisler School<br />St Andrews School<br />Apple Inc<br />
<ul><li>What elements contribute to effective e-learning in a school?Make a ListGive one, Get one</li></li></ul><li>e- maturity models<br />BECTA Digital Schools Self Evaluation ToolFlorida STaRChartICT Competency Standards for TeachersTexas Teacher STaR Chart<br /> show you what "good" use of ICT looks like <br /> benchmark your progress against other schools<br /> identify your strengths<br /> produce action plans for improvement.<br />
Digital Schools Self –Evaluation <br /> 45 questions from 5 areas.<br /> Currently used in Irish Primary<br /> Schools<br />Professional Development<br />31. In relation to professional development, the whole-school policy supports and encourages ICT professional development.<br />32. In relation to professional development, there is a mechanism in place to inform teachers of courses in relation to professional development in ICT.<br />33. In relation to professional development, staff are encouraged to be innovative by exploring new ideas in ICT and relate them to their teaching.<br />http://www.digitalschools.ie/self-evaluation-tool<br />* Launch Self-evaluation tool<br />* Start<br />
Your thoughts on ‘e-maturity’ models ?<br />Would an ‘e-maturity’ model assist your school? How?<br />Some countries that use ‘e-maturity’ models have extended their use to include an accreditation process that schools and in some cases teachers can apply for to demonstrate a certain level of e-learning competence. <br />Please feedback on this blog:<br />http://rocky11.blogspot.com/<br />
a regional snapshot <br />To inform the day’s programme and the goals of this group<br />Visit the 5 different e-learning areas around the room i.e. ICT Culture, Leadership and Vision...<br />Use a ‘sticky’ to indicate roughly where you see your school at in terms of each of these ‘e-learning’ areas.<br />You do not need to identify your school name.<br />
Unconference BOP<br />A method of running meetings - the agenda is decided on the day by participants and there are five main rules during the sessions:<br />Whoever comes is the right people: this alerts the participants that attendees of a session class as "right" simply because they care to attend<br />Whatever happens is the only thing that could have: this tells the attendees to pay attention to events of the moment, instead of worrying about what could possibly happen<br />Whenever it starts is the right time: clarifies the lack of any given schedule or structure and emphasises creativity and innovation.<br />When it's over, it's over: encourages the participants not to waste time, but to move on to something else when the fruitful discussion ends.<br />Law of Two Feet" (or "The Law of Mobility"). If at any time during our time together you find yourself in any situation where you are neither learning nor contributing, use your two feet. Go to some other place where you may learn and contribute.<br />
http://elearningbop.wikispaces.com/AgendaWhat topics are you interested in exploring? Name and topic on ‘sticky’. Categorise stickies into groupsWhat sessions could you facilitate? <br />